Garland, Texas defensive end Marquis Frazier hasn't had problems picking up scholarship offers from just about every school in and around the Big 12.
Nonetheless, the 6-foot-3, 240-pounder is still waiting on one particular offer from Florida and also wants to see what schools like Oklahoma and Texas have to say before making his decision. It appears though right now, his top three is pretty solid.
"It's still the same with Florida, Oklahoma State, and Texas A&M," Frazier said. "Florida, they just have a good program and I just like everything about them. Plus, they've got good athletes. At OSU or A&M, I could start pretty early."
Another key factor in Frazier's interest in the Gators has to do with his former teammate and 2006 Florida signee Brandon Antwine.
"I've known him since we were little," Frazier said about Antwine. "He said it was great at Florida and he's pushing me to come down there with him. We're just really good friends."
Frazier hasn't taken any visits yet, but will try to make unofficial visit or camp stops at Florida, Oklahoma State, and Texas A&M. He was going to attend the Texas camp with his teammate and Longhorn commit Malcolm Williams this past weekend. However, scheduling conflicts keep him from Austin.
Frazier recently spoke with Texas A&M assistant Stan Eggen on the phone.
"I talk with him quite a bit, but we just talk about regular stuff," Frazier said. "He just was asking how my family was and how I was doing. Arkansas is the same way, we just talk about every day things."
Frazier is preparing to the SAT as well this Saturday. Other than that, he's says he's working out and trying to find a part-time job.
"I'm just playing this by ear," he said about recruiting. "I"ll probably decide sometime during the season."
Offers are also in hand from Iowa State, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas State, Nebraska, Texas Tech, and UTEP.